The Stanford Journal of International Law “seeks contributions by academics, practitioners, and policymakers in the form of approx. 10-15,000-word scholarly essays or 5,000-word white papers on either of the following topics: (a) national intelligence and transnational threats; or, (b) individual rights and intelligence gathering” for its upcoming symposium Governing Intelligence Transnational Threats and the National Security State to be held May 2, 2014. “Preference will be given to interdisciplinary submissions and submissions that combine descriptive and normative analyses.” The full call for papers is here.
Deadline: Please send a 1-2 page abstract of your essay or white paper in Word format, a C.V. of the author(s), and point of contact information to sjilboard[@]gmail.com by 5:00PM PST on February 1, 2014. im
Decisions will be made on a rolling basis and released no later than by February 15, 2014. Shortlisted authors will be invited to make a panel presentation based on their working paper at the journals Symposium on May 2, 2014. Although acceptance of the invitation is not required to receive an offer of publication, priority will be given to shortlisted authors who accept the invitation to present at the Symposium. In the case of presenters, a draft presentation paper will be due by April 25, 2014.
Final drafts of approx. 10-15,000-word scholarly essays or 5,000-word white papers must be submitted for publication by August 15, 2014. Subject to customary editorial standards, the selected contributions will be published in Issue 51.1 of the Stanford Journal of International Law, which is scheduled for publication in January 2015.
Please address any questions you may have about the Call for Papers to José Alemán, Editor-in-Chief, at jaleman1[@]stanford.edu.